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The commonest reason for the same would be Telogen Effluvium, that is hair loss after a significant illness
The good news is that losing a crop of hair is a normal developmental process and is not a cause for concern as long as the scalp and hair shafts look normal.
Of course a pediatrician should evaluate her for things like zinc, iron deficiency etc.
or thyroid problems
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